diff --git a/content/Posts/adventofcode_day5.md b/content/Posts/adventofcode_day5.md index bb68649710eecaa12f3dfdfdb838689e3c5b8bf0..1374b8f335ffd34762b79687587a7dfbeaa33e80 100644 --- a/content/Posts/adventofcode_day5.md +++ b/content/Posts/adventofcode_day5.md @@ -119,7 +119,7 @@ We call the function the same as before, but instead of calling `jumps_to_exit(l The `list_in[:]` syntax makes a copy of the list. I normally see list slicing used like `list_in[1:]` to skip the first element or `list_in[:-1]` to skip the last. -It's a slightly odd use of the slicing syntax, effectively saying "give me `list_in` starting at the beginning and ending at the end. +It's a slightly odd use of the slicing syntax, effectively saying "give me `list_in` starting at the beginning and ending at the end." #### Algorithmic Runtime diff --git a/pelican-simplegrey/templates/base.html b/pelican-simplegrey/templates/base.html index 58375fdbe54d0b3dbfb5ef73baa6b478731d5309..06c8ee4e3283643f81957816e6ead8c79bf2e532 100644 --- a/pelican-simplegrey/templates/base.html +++ b/pelican-simplegrey/templates/base.html @@ -1,6 +1,7 @@ + {% block title %}{{ SITENAME }}{%endblock%}